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Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918

Description:

Second Assistant Postmaster General Otto Praeger wires Captain Benjamin B. Lipsner in a 32-word Western Union telegram received September 4, 1918 at 10:24 that all is going well or “hundred percent for today.” Max Miller, flying the new Standard JR-1B biplane, designed for commercial postal flight, wires that all is “well for the trip tomorrow.” The New York to Chicago pathfinder flight is scheduled for September 5, 1918.

Date:
September 4, 1918
Medium:
paper; ink
Dimensions:
17.5 x 21.5 cm (6 7/8 x 8 7/16 in.)
Museum ID:
1982.0157.725
Place:
District of Columbia

  • Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918
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  • Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918
  • Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918
  • Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918
  • Telegram to Benjamin Lipsner, September 4, 1918
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